Marine Engineer

Job Responsibilities

Job Role Responsibilities

  • Perform mooring strength and fatigue analyses for passive and thruster-assisted spread and turret moored systems.
  • Provide advice / guidance on differences between and use of various station-keeping codes (e.g. API 2SK, 2SM, 2I, ISO 19901-7, DNV E301) and assessment methods.
  • Develop environmental load cases used in mooring strength and fatigue analyses for passive and thruster-assisted spread and turret moored systems.
  • Review, interpret, and evaluate contractor-supplied mooring analyses, and identify critical parameters guide contractor in analysis methods.
  • Provide technical guidance during the execution of Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) programs for mooring systems and assessment of mooring anomalies.
  • Provide technical guidance during a Root Cause of Failure Analysis (RCFA) Team.
  • Provide guidance on mooring system installation, replacement, and repair.
  • Perform Drift-Off and Drive-Off analyses for dynamically positioned vessels.
  • Understands Dynamic Positioning (DP) system architecture, DP system components and system performance.
  • Sustain ExxonMobil’s culture of safety and support compliance with established safety management systems for our fleet of floating assets.
  • Mentor less experienced marine engineers
  • Master’s/Post-Graduate degree in engineering (naval architecture, ocean, structural, aerospace or a related discipline)
  • Minimum 5 years of relevant industry experience
  • Significant experience in mooring analyses of passive and thruster-assisted spread and turret moored systems
  • Experience in hydrodynamics and motion analysis of floating platforms
  • Experienced in mathematical, statistical, and reliability analyses related to station-keeping and motions.
  • Good working knowledge in mooring hardware and related systems (i.e. winches and chain jacks) for floating structures.
  • General knowledge of floating asset types (Spar, TLP, FPSO, FSO, FSRU, FLNG) in terms of concept description, key features, application range and operations.
  • Relevant knowledge in anchor types
  • Basic knowledge in geotechnical analysis, riser systems analyses.
  • Understands dynamic concepts such as resonance, modal analysis, non-linear damping, coupled and un-coupled analyses, etc.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

  • Station-keeping analyses.
  • Probabilistic and statistical design methods.
  • Knowledge of metocean criteria
  • Numerical modeling of dynamics of marine floating systems.
  • Vessel motion analyses.
  • Hydrodynamics.
  • Model testing.
  • Riser analysis
  • Software (e.g. ANSYS AQWA, SeaSoft, SESAM, Orcaflex, Flexcom).
  • Strong communication, innovation, and teamwork skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership experience

ExxonMobil does not use recruiting or placement agencies that charge candidates an advance fee of any kind (e.g., placement fees, immigration processing fees, etc.). 

Job location

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India